Bowling Green, Ky – Small college athletics doesn't get the credit it deserves for its role in promoting racial integration during the 1970s. That's a major theme of a new book called "All Guts and No Glory", written by retired basketball coach Bill Elder, who later worked at Lindsey Wilson College in Colombia, Ky. In this interview with Dan Modlin, Elder recalls some of his experiences as a 22 year old head coach of an integrated basketball team in the south.
Bowling Green, KY – Parents should be concerned about the disturbing rates of prescription drug abuse among Kentucky teens. That's the assessment of Drew Wollin, a prevention specialist with the Warren County based Lifeskills organization. Part of the problem, according to Wollin, is the number of TV commericials kids see about drug products.
Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky House and Senate leaders have tried--but failed--to find a way to end an ongoing dispute over legislative pay for the governor's special session. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.
Washington DC – America's relations with Iran have been strained lately, to say the least. The US has accused Tehran of aiding terrorists in Iraq and trying to create a nuclear weapons program. Despite the hard feelings, a new poll shows a majority of the Iranian public favors normalized diplomatic relations with the US. Also, the same polls show most Iranians disfavor their theocratic form of government. Kevin Willis speaks with the president of the group that conducted the rare survey.
Frankfort, Ky – Kentucky House Speaker Jody Richards won't have to fly to St. Louis to see the head of Peabody Energy. It turns out Peabody is coming to the Commonwealth. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh has the story.